Langtang Valley Trek Duration: 0 Days
The Langtang valley, running west to east, parallel with the Tibetan border, north of Kathmandu, is a popular trekking area, but nowhere near as crowded as the Khumbu or Annapurna areas. It offers a variety of spectacular scenery from dense forests to austere high mountain landscapes, and spectacular views of the Ganesh, Langtang, and Jugal Himals.
The itinerary below was followed a couple of years ago by two aging (65+) trekkers, as a camping trek, with a full Nepali trekking crew (though for the time in Kyanjin, and at Laurebinayak and Gosainkund lodges were used). From what was seen the lodges were perfectly adequate.
No doubt the itinerary could be shortened by a couple of days if you are younger and fitter
Day 01 - Arrive Kathmandu]
Day 02 - Sightseeing tour in Kathmandu
Day 03 - Kathmandu to Syabru Besi [1400m]
Day 04 - Syabru Besi to Lama Hotel[2748m]
Day 05 - Trek to Langtang village [3500m]
Day 06 - Trek to Kyagjin [3800m]
Day 07 - Rest day in Kyangjin
Day 08 - Trek to Lama Hotel [2784m]
Day 09 - Syabru Besi [1400m]T-house trek:
ay 10 - Drive to Kathmandu
Day 11 - Depart from Kathmandu.
Trekking means long journey to be taken on foot to the remote areas where basic transports are not available. Trekking is not climbing,hiking which is walking along the countryside with adventure. popular Trekking destination in the world as it has Everest region, Annapurna region, Langtang region,Annapurna, region and many more remote areas where one can enjoy the scenic beauty with cultural variations and differentiation even this small country. When you chose the trekking destination, you need to be confident that you will have no problem such an altitude where you will trek through. There are different entry permits for Trekking in Nepal involves a walking trip following existing trails, most of which have been used for communication and trade for many years. Trekking is not mountaineering. Whilst some of the popular trekking trails are used by mountaineering expeditions on their approach marches, most are simply used by the local Nepali's for everyday travel and trade............
Nepal's mountainous, hilly and 'Terai' (flat) regions offer some of the most spectacular trekking and beautiful scenery in the world. Nepal undoubtedly offers some of the most spectacular and beautiful scenery, with well-published photographs of Everest, Machhapuchhre, Ama Dablam and other huge mountains making them instantly recognizable to keen trekkers from every continent.
Nepal has a virtual monopoly on the world's tallest mountains (eight of the ten highest peaks are located in Nepal) and a number of the popular trekking routes offer wonderful views or even visits to the base camps used by mountaineering expeditions. The hill country is also often breath taking beautiful with pretty villages, attractive houses and interesting temples, as well as subtropical lowlands, vast meadows or forests, fast flowing rivers, deep canyons and the cold and barren regions at the feet of the great mountain peaks. The views change with the seasons, such as different stages of planting and harvesting cycles or the brilliant displays of wild flowers in spring and autumn and there is always something interesting to see and experience.